Stephanie Lusk chose WVU online so that she could stay close to home and
continue her impactful work in health promotion in southern West Virginia,
while getting a quality education to expand professionally.
To other students who are thinking about learning online, she says: Do it!
"Take the first step by speaking with a recruiter, researching degree programs,
or learning more from an academic advisor."
This is Stephanie’s third degree and her second one from WVU, but it is her
first time as an online student.
"My online professors are just as involved as the other ones were, and the
quality of my classes has not changed."
In the future, she plans to blend her role in community health with that
of a primary practitioner.
"I want to work to improve the health and quality of life of people in my
community, particularly those who are vulnerable."